Brutalist Brazilian Style Patched Leather Lounge Chair and Side Table with Solid Wooden Frame. Brazil, 1960s. Ref. CH011

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This exotic Mid-Century Brazilian patched leather lounge chair with side table is extreme in its design and exhibits tribal features. A group of young Brazilian designers produced throughout the 1960s and 1970s some of the most extraordinary furniture. Using traditional materials and techniques and combining native and colonial influences with a progressive, relaxed attitude. Therefore this iconic chair is in the style of modern midcentury designers like Jean Gillon, Percival Lafer and Sergio Rodrigues. This lay-back chair is handcrafted with great craftsmanship and features a tropical hardwood frame which is supporting a very thick leather sling seat stitched with gaucho style leather lacing. Also the patchwork leather cushion on top shows a decorative stitching. The lounge chair is in a very well preserved vintage condition and the leather cushion features a beautiful patina. A second chairs is also available in our collection.

Brutalist Brazilian leather lounge chair and side table. 1960s.
H 108 cm/42,5″  W 72 cm/28,3″  D 90 cm/35,4″  SH 45 cm/17,7″


  • Designer: -
  • Type: Brazilian style
  • Manufacturer: -
  • Year: 1960s
  • Country: Brazil
  • Materials: Leather, Solid wood
  • Condition: Very well preserved, nice patine, some wear consistent its age and use
  • Height: 108 cm
  • Width: 72 cm
  • Depth: 90 cm
  • Seating Height: 45 cm
  • Quantity: 1
  • Ref. CH195